Archive for June 2014

  • June 24, 2014

    Read about Our Latest Research in the News

    Booming e-cigarette Market in Need of Greater Oversight, Studies Say, Washington Post, Brady Dennis, June 17, 2014 The electronic cigarette market is booming both online and in brick-and-mortar retail outlets in ways hardly imaginable half a decade ago, and the growth continues to be largely unregulated.   10 New E-Cig Brands Hit the … Read more »

  • June 16, 2014

    Infographic: E‑Cigs Flood U.S. Market, Giving Kids Easy Access

    New research from our team helps make the case for stronger regulation of e-cigarettes and identifies policy solutions for reducing consumption and better protecting kids. Our latest studies, published in Tobacco Control on June 16, look at how states are regulating e-cigarettes, track the dramatic increase in the number of … Read more »

  • June 16, 2014

    Largely Unregulated, E‑Cigs Flood U.S. Retail Market and Are Easily Available to Kids

    New research suggests policy change and pricing strategies to reduce e-cigarette use and protect kids Nearly one-third of convenience stores, pharmacies, supercenters, and other retailers located near schools nationwide sell e-cigarettes, according to research published today in a special issue of Tobacco Control. In the absence of federal regulation on e-cigarettes, … Read more »